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She

by J. G. Stinson

Radmacher and Kalloch hit the mark with this very readable, beautifully written and illustrated meditation on women. An inspirational, nondenominational pleasure, She: A Celebration of Greatness in Every Woman (the SHE stands for “She... Read More

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The Home Book

by Karen Ackland

"The Home Book" replaces personal opinions related to construction quality and workmanship in residential homebuilding with clear written guidelines. Not sure who to call when there’s a problem with your new home? "The Home Book"... Read More

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ShipShape

by Sara Budzik

Schmall helps nonprofits think not only about how to navigate rough waters, but why they sail at all. Anyone associated with a nonprofit organization will benefit from "ShipShape", Eric Schmall’s “uncomplicated guide to navigating... Read More

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Super Pop!

by Maya Fleischmann

Super Pop bursts with titillating pop cultural tidbits and trivia. Author Daniel Harmon’s intent when he wrote Super Pop was to go beyond the usual lists of movies, books, and trivia, that Harmon calls “unsurprising” and create... Read More

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The Knot-Tying Bible

by Aimee Jodoin

Whether working on a hefty DIY project for the home, doing landscaping or yard work, or wandering the wilderness, Colin Jarman’s Knot-Tying Bible (Firefly Books, 978­1­77085­209­9) has a knot for that. Use the Swing Hitch to string... Read More

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Author YOU

by Barry Silverstein

Successful authors need a good business foundation, and Briles shows exactly how to build one. Judith Briles’ authoritative guide to business strategies for first-time and seasoned authors is a well-written, charmingly illustrated, and... Read More

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